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Seattle rent comparison: What $1300 rents you right now

How do you feel about tiny spaces?

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent for a certain dollar amount in the Seattle area. We've found six listings within $100 of today's price: $1300.

↑ This brand-new studio in Squire Park is itty-bitty, at 238 square feet, but has large windows, a full kitchen, and a murphy bed with shelves inside for saving space. It rents for $1330.

↑ This Magnolia apartment has a balcony with French doors and a whole big bedroom, plus views of the Space Needle. It rents for $1260.

↑ Just outside of the city limits in Shoreline, $1295 will rent you a 650-square-foot, one-bedroom cottage on the landlord’s property (a DADU) with vaulted ceilings and a washer and dryer in-house.

↑ Another brand-new, itty-bitty studio is over in Belltown. The 273 square foot unit only has a partial kitchen, but manages to fit a full bathroom with a tub and a ton of floor-to-ceiling windows. It has a common, outdoor deck area and bike parking, and rents for $1275.

↑ This itty-bitty studio, while also new, is more of a classic model—it’s in the restored and expanded Publix Hotel in the International District. The 319-square-foot unit is across the street from the International District light rail station, has common amenities like a rooftop dog run and bike storage, and rents for $1340.

↑ In First Hill next to the Frye Art Museum, this 350-square-foot midcentury apartment manages to squeeze in a bedroom. It’s pet-friendly and rents for $1295.

You have your options. What’ll it be?

Poll

Which $1300 Seattle apartment would you rent?

This poll is closed

  • 3%
    Squire Park
    (11 votes)
  • 30%
    Magnolia
    (85 votes)
  • 5%
    Shoreline
    (15 votes)
  • 10%
    Belltown
    (29 votes)
  • 15%
    International District
    (44 votes)
  • 33%
    First Hill
    (94 votes)
278 votes total Vote Now